Magdalena Hutter is a documentary filmmaker, cinematographer, and photographer. Her projects frequently deal with themes of belonging, ranging from documentary film to installations and interactive documentaries. In addition to her own projects, she also works as a DoP and consulting producer on other documentary films.

Magdalena is a PhD candidate at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Society and Culture at Concordia University, working with documentary film and movement as research-creation. The core of her PhD project “Moving-together toward a Fat ScreenDance: Fatness as method in movement art and moving image” consists of a film built around conversations and video movement sequences recorded with a select number of fat performers, thereby creating Fat ScreenDance in the process of exploring frameworks for it.